hard-pressed, worried, sick, mad, unhinged, demented, apprehensive, maladjusted, disordered, brainsick, overturned, confused, dysphoric, broken, unbalanced, upturned, distressed, crazy, stressed, in a bad way, hard put
agitated (part of speech: verb)
quaking, jarred, jumpy, jittery, quaked, trembling, flustered, jerky, shaken, quavering, shaking, palpitated, twitched, quavered, upset, palpitating, shuddering, fluttered, shivered, uneasy, quivering, unquiet, disturbed, wobbling, spastic, shivering, nervous, convulsive, distraught, skittish, feverish, agitated, shook, erratic, shuddered, jolted, writhing, twitchy, restless, twitching, stirred, perturbed, quivered, churned, troubled
excited (part of speech: verb)
burning, exhilarated, fiery, ardent, energized, fired, inflamed, aroused, anxious, fervent, turbulent, attentive, effervescent, animated, breathless, passionate, impassioned, stimulated, excited, electrified
discontent (part of speech: adjective)
despondent, fed up, exasperated, gloomy, dissatisfied, sour, disgruntled, irreconcilable, frustrated, malcontent, ticked off, discontent, unhappy, non-satisfied, anguished, joyless, disapproving, wretched, miserable, discomposed, cross, bored, teed off, uncomfortable, irritated, ungratified, displeased, cheerless, dissident
- He was thus enabled to go about apparently alone, disquieted by none, for the people were on his side, and it would have proved a dear bargain to any man who had " sold" him. - "Patsy", S. R. Crockett.
- I was strangely disquieted at the sight, which seemed to deprive me of all self- control. - "The Celestial Omnibus and other Stories", E. M. Forster.
- To this heart, To this unerring heart, will I submit it; Will ask thy love, which has the power to bless The happy man alone, averted ever From the disquieted and guilty- canst thou Still love me, if I stay? - "The Death of Wallenstein A Play", Frederich Schiller.